Homero Velho & Priscila Bomfim
23.set 2021

Songs by Alberto Nepomuceno

“Amo-te Muito” – poem by João de Deus

“Desterro” – poem by Olavo Bilac

“Epitalâmio” – poem by Antônio Salles

” Oração ao Diabo” – poem by Orlando Teixeira


The baritone Homero Velho is one of the most active lyrical singers in Brazilian classical music. Recognized for the intensity of his interpretations, the baritone is also a recognized interpreter of chamber music. Homero is a singing teacher at the UFRJ School of Music and a PhD in music from UNESP.


Priscila Bomfim is a pianist and assistant conductor at the Theatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro. In addition to her recognized work as a pianist, she develops a career as a conductor, having been the first woman and musical director to conduct operas for the Theatro Municipal season. At the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), she graduated in Piano with the maximum title suma cum laude, in Orchestral Conducting, and completed her Masters in Piano Performance with a relevant work on “Reading at First Sight on the Piano”.